Utilizing Partnerships to Re-Tool Study Abroad: Working to Make Study Abroad a Reality for Underserved and Underrepresented Students
Improving study abroad requires “buy-in“ at all levels, including support from the campus, community donors, institutional partners, and industry professionals. This session will share how study abroad at Kapi’olani Community College has grown to include new and innovative programs that meet the needs of specific populations; namely, increased participation from underserved and underrepresented students. Programs include campus-wide partnerships, passport projects, and educational partnerships that reduce program costs. Additionally, the session will cover collaboration with community partners and donors and development of new and innovative study abroad programs with institutional partners that dually focus on outbound programs for culinary students while increasing international student enrollment at Kapi’olani.
- Damian Zukeran, Kapi’olani Community College
- Walter K. Paik, Korea Tourism College
- Fumiko Tsuruta, Nakamura Gakuen University
- Joseph Overton, University of Hawaii – Kapi’olani Community College